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our shoulder and the mighty mississippi. that serves as backdrop. off in theis tans we can hear trombones and trumpets as they play saz jazz music in the even. for the san francisco 49ers, they're hoping to have a big party on sunday but it all started earlier this evening. wheels touched down at 7:45 local time and then jim harbaugh and company made their way t to the team hotel. it was there at the team media availability that coach harbaugh set the tone for the week. >> glad to see everybody. we're super excited to be here. unchartered waters for a rookie super bowl coach. but that's exciting, too. we have a great, great thrill and great desire of being in unchartered waters. our coaches and our players have always -- always relished that, thrived in that kind of environment. >> i think if you're prepared for a situation, you're going to
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be confident when you go out to try to win a football game or whatever you're doing, if you're prepared for it, you're going to be confident. head down, keep working. this isn't a time to relax and get out of your routine or stop working hard. this is when you should be working your hardest. >> dashon goldson had a quote that says pressure under pressure. that bodes well for us. >> reporter: well, this club does get pressure under pressure and they've got one more week of preparations leading up to next sunday at super bowl xlvii when they get ready to take on the baltimore ravens. later on we will bring you a full sports report. mindy has a reminder of one who is looking for a elusive super bowl ring. nbc bay area news. >> all right. thank you very much, jim. see you in just a bit.
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and how's that for a sendoff for the 49ers this afternoon? diehard fans waited outside the team's training facilities in send them on their way to super bowl xlvii. many fans said they have been waiting a very long time to see this again and they are thrilled. >> we're excited. the niners are going to the super bowl. hopefully they come back with a win. there's no doubt, they're going to come back with a win. >> i'm sure kaepernick is going to do it. kaepernick is going to win six super bowls. >> it was a family event, of course. fans of all ages wished the team well. quarterback colin kaepernick was so excited to leave for new orleans that he tweeted out this instagram photo of his plane seat, i ain't never seen a plane seat like this. the 49ers sent out a picture of their own of the quarterback sitting in that seat. boast pictures have been retweeted hundreds of times and liked by thousands on instagram. and talk about a streak.
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long-time 49ers fan was there for every one of the niners' five super bowl wins. this time he wasn't sure he would be able to make it to the big game until he t got an e-mail from 49ers team owner jed york, an e-mail he thought was a prank. nbc bay area's george has the story. >> reporter: he has the classic gold jacket, the one they don't make anymore. he has an autographed piatta napkin. >> this was the one against denver. >> reporter: he's been to five super bowls. he has the programs and the pictures to prove it. that's white in the middle in the red jacket. but clearly, five isn't enough. >> i got to go. i got to go. >> reporter: terry white is going to his sixth niners super bowl. this time courtesy of 49ers ceo jed york. he got an e-mail from him on saturday. >> i thought it was totally fake
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because it was sent on his iphone. i looked at this e-mail and it said jed york. i said, you got to be kidding me. >> reporter: but it was no joke. this e-mail was real. jed york wanted to give two super bowl tickets to a loyal fan with a great story. white made an article talking about his five previous super bowl trips. >> they told him, he's good luck, five super bowls, five wins. >> reporter: white has been to new orleans before. super bowl xxlv in january when they rushed them 55-10. >> that's a mad house. just wall to wall people on bourbon street. >> reporter: just to think, terry white was planning to watch this game at home, but now he's headed to the big easy, hoping to witness another great win. >> to go to six, i'm just totally blessed. it's -- i'm still kind of in shock, to tell you the truth. i just didn't think it was going
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to happen. >> reporter: and he will be taking his friend's nephew to the super bowl. he's one lucky guy. live in walnut creek tonight, nbc bay area news. >> stay with nbc bay area for continuing coverage of the 49ers quest for their sixth super bowl trophy. we have more journalists on the ground in new orleans than any other local station. you can catch their reports on air and on our website, new tonight at 11:00, a film based on the true story of oscar grant took home top honors this weekend. you will recall grant was the unarmed man shot and killed by a police officer in 2009. there is already buzz about the film for next year's academy awards. tonight we're hearing first reaction to the film's big accolades from oscar grant's family. nbc bay area's monte francis is live with the story. >> reporter: good evening.
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we're here at the fruitville b.a.r.t. station, the place where oscar grant was shot and from which this movie gets its name it took home two big honors this weekend at the sundance film festival. >> you guys got plans for the night? >> reporter: it stars oscar winning actress octavia spencer as oscar grant's mother. the film chronicles the 24 hours leading up to the shooting by b.a.r.t. police officer mehserle that ended the unarmed 22-year-old's life at the fruitville b.a.r.t. station early new year's morning four years ago. oscar grant's real life aunt and uncle just returned t from the film sundance festival where they attended the premier. >> of course, toward the end of the movie to relive that wound that was so -- that hurt us so bad, to be reopened, it was very painful. >> reporter: johnson says despite how painful it was to relive the moments of his nephew's death, he feels the
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film is accurate and it's a story that needs to be told. >> we knew that this movie would help us share with the world who oscar was. you know, no one is perfect, you know. i mean, we all should be entitled to some redemptive acceptance in our lives. >> reporter: it won the grand prize and the first feature length film directed by 26-year-old ryan couglar of richmond. he called it a love letter to the bay area and dedicated the awards to oscar grant's family. >> he's the same age as oscar. you know, have experienced the same things that oscar has experienced. and was able to share that with the world that this is just a human being, just living life. >> reporter: and since the film's premier at sundance the weinstein company reached a $2.5 million movie to release the film. no release date but oscar
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grant's family expects this film to be in theaters later this year. >> thanks, monte. the man accused of opening fire inside a small christian college in oakland and killing seven people will be back in court tomorrow. he will learn where he will be held until he is deemed competent to stand trial. it is believed he will wind up at napa state hospital where he will receive treept for schizophrenia and will receive medication for the same condition. the court will get progress reports every 90 days. authorities say he, a former university student, planned the killing spree at the school that caters to korean immigrants after he became angry with school officials over a tuition dispute. a pileup in san jose earlier tonight sent a dozen people to hospital. the crash happened around 6:30 this evening at the intersection of highway 101 and interstate 880. of those seven vehicles were involved remarkably there were
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no serious injuries. the chp is investigating what triggered that pileup. and if you saw heavy black smoke over the santa clara valley this morning it was from a fire burning at a cupertino cement plant. truck equipment and tires caught fire a little before 6:00 this morning on the 24,000 block of stevens creek boulevard. folks reported see that smoke as far away as highway 280. no one was injured and the cause is under investigation. this is the same cement plant where a disgruntled employee went on a shooting rampage in october of 2011 killing three people and shooting seven others. still ahead at 11:00, sheer panic and terror as hundreds are killed after a fire rips through a nightclub. we have the latest on that. plus, it is -- it was a secret until now. the new twist in the jonbenet ramsey murder case. and beefing up the ipad.
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new details on what apple's next big thing could be. and tomorrow morning looks like we'll be waking up to chilly temperatures. a little bit of a speed bump on the way to a weekday warmup. there you see 30s and 40s outside and a slight chance of some showers. we will talking about the changes in the forecast when we come right back.
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a university town in brazil has now turned into the site of unspeakable tragedy. a raging fire swept through a nightclub in the southern part of the country killing more than 200 people. nbc bay area's terri mcsweeney has the latest. >> reporter: the kiss nightclub was packed with 500 young revelers when at 2:00 in the morning, disaster. witnesses say the fire was sparked by a pyrotechnics show on stage and spread rapidly, filling the nightclub with smoke. witnesses say club security initially blocked several emergency exits thinking patrons were trying to run out on their bar tabs.
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the rush toward the few remaining exits left victims trampled. the fire spread incredibly quickly. some clubgoers who did make it out joined firemen to make new escape routes. it was too late for many. dozens of victims carried to arriving ambulances. santa maria's trauma hospital was overwhelmed. >> translator: in scattered around the hospital, those waiting for news outside are desperate. >> reporter: details of this disaster, packed club, too few escape routes and fire trigger i'd by pyrotechnics brought to mind the 2003 inferno in rhode island at the station nightclub that claimed 100 victims. as brazil's president consoled families here, they remain in shock at one of the worst modern tragedies. terry mcsweeney, nbc bay area news. now to new details in the death of 6-year-old jonbenet
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ramsey who was killed in 1996. tonight a boulder newspaper is reporting that back then a grand jury voted to indict both john and patty ramsey on charges of child abuse resulting in death in connection with the case but the district attorney refused to sign the indictment order. d.a. alex hunter did not believe he could prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt. legal experts are unsure whether hunter's decision not to sign the indictment is consistent with colorado grand jury law. the ramseys and their now adult son burke were exonerated in the case in july of 2008. a young man died in his morgan hill home early this morning and now a santa clara county sheriff says the death is suspicious. deputies responded to reports of gunshots near oak valley road and shielda avenue. when deputies arrived a neighbor told them a man might be dead in his home. they found a 30-year-old man inside unresponsive and efforts to resuscitate the 30-year-old
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man were unsuccessful. a neighborhood safety meeting drew so many residents that they didn't fit in the pizza parlor where that meeting was being held. they were drawn to the meeting because of a recent rash of thefts and burglaries. one of them, highly pubably sized home invasion. neighbors stand together. >> tonight the council member held a meeting on safety tips, to let the neighbors know how to protect each other and how to keep an eye open for each other and organize through the neighborhood watch program and ultimately be the eyes and the ears of the police department. >> residents expressed concern about whether the police department has enough officers in their area. you can find these safety tips discussed at today's meeting on the city of san jose's website. parking in san francisco on sundays is no longer free and the three-week grace period for drivers adjusting to that change is now over. the meters were active today and
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parking enforcement officers were writing some pretty steep tickets in the downtown area letting the meter run out could cost you 72 bucks. in other parts of the city the fine is $62. the meters will be enforced between noon and 6:00 on sundays. tech news web sites creating a buzz that apple is about to release a new ipad with as much as 128 gigs of memory. who needs that much? i don't know. fourth generation ipad would join the current lineup of ipads which come with 16 gig or 32 gigs or 64 gigs of memory. sources close to apple reportedly say the new ipad would be named ultimate and have a retina display as well. it is expected to have the same design, color, and wireless combinations though. a good night's sleep seems to be crucial to brain function in the elderly but for the first time scientists at uc berkeley are finding a connection between poor sleep, memory loss, and brain deterioration as we age.
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younger people have deep sleep patterns that help the brain restore and retain memories and information. as we age, the quality of our sleep, deteriorates and prevents the memories from being saved by the brain at night. findings sheds light on some of the forgetfulness common to the elderly like difficulty remembering names. rob is here. we both know that sleep deprivation will certainly keep you from remembering things you need to remember. >> that happens. especially if w. this newscast at midnight. >> that's right. what's your name again? i can't remember. >> we're up a little late tonight. let's see if we remember our names by then. right now, cool outside. about 36 degrees cool already in napa. could have some patchy frost in napa county by tomorrow morning. 50 in oakland. 47 in san francisco. not too breezy out there. the winds earlier this afternoon were up to 25 miles per hour. those have dialled back a little bit tonight. as we head into tonight we have
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this one more little speed pump on the way to the weekday warmup. we will see. we have a few showers near the coast. clearing skies, tomorrow afternoon and after that temperatures are going to climb. could even see numbers close to 70 by the end of the week. right now the radar, mainly dry. may be a few sprinkles there. east of the grade around mt. hamilton. we have had snow showers around the sierra earlier this afternoon. you can see this trying to spill down the coast in eureka, we will see the showers fall apart as they approach the north bay. a lot of the action here offshore but you can see a few sprinkles out there in the santa cruz mountains. what's left of the front, passes by san jose 7:00 tomorrow morning. heading through the afternoon, most he sunny skies. another cool day. we're still seeing the temperatures mainly in the mid to upper 50s tort afternoon before things warm up as we see a big pattern shift ahead. this is what we've seen this weekend. pushg in that cooler air and these relatively drive systems into northern california. high pressure will build back to
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the coast beginning tuesday afternoon and wednesday. we're going to see our temperatures climb up. second half of the week, mainly mid 60s. areas south of san jose will get close to 70. morgan hill, that's a good possibility by friday afternoon. tomorrow morning, patchy frost possible in the wind protected spots in napa. 30s inland for the morning. 43 degrees around san francisco. for the afternoon, high temperatures tomorrow. a lot like what we saw today. 57 in san jose. this should be the coolest day of the week before high pressure starts to build back in. closer to 60 in pleasanton. 56 in livermore. adding back over to san francisco will see 57 degrees. a little bit warmer than the low 50s we saw today. 60 in santa rosa and 60 in oakland. so the first half of the seven-day forecast the next three days. you can see cool starts to the next couple of mornings. wednesday will be the transition day. you will see the warming for most of the bay area. i think even the coast by thursday and friday will see low
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60s on the seashore. mid to upper 60s inland. maybe even close to 70 degrees. and then as we head towards super bowl sunday looks like we will see clouds coming in. but no showers just yet. so the quest for six looks like temperatures in the 60 fos for t weekend. >> super bowl, we will make all of our friends watch outside. >> for february, it will be a challenge. >> it was nice last year. it's too small for everybody inside. thanks, rob. still ahead -- it's too messy, too. still ahead at 11:00, a serious medical condition linked to lightning. also ahead, turning the tables. president obama's surprising comments on guns. plus -- >> much of the press recently has been very negative. you know, i'm a mad man, which perhaps i am. impair noid. i don't think i am. or whatever. >> plus, he is a security pioneer and more recently an international fugitive.
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we have john's interview, what he says about the media storm surrounding him.
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good evening, everyone. the runup to super bowl xlvii is under way here in new orleans as the 49ers are out for their quest for their sixth super bowl championship. they're ready to take on the baltimore ravens. while the 49ers have won those five past super bowls there's one guy who wears the 49ers uniform is looking for their first. mindy has a story of a guy who has the chance to get that always elusive super bowl ring. >> reporter: ever since the 49ers and ravens became the two teams in super bowl xlvii much of the talk has been agent the retirement of ray lewis but the 49ers have a future hall of famer who could well be playing in his last game, randy moss. teammates say they have learned a lot from moss, both on offense and defense. >> just go out and play like yourself. i mean, randy's always been, in my ear about just going out and playing like myself and making sure that i'm relaxed out there. >> this is work ethic, man. this is a guy that's been in the
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league for so long and yet, you know, he's still out here competing at the highest level with us. i mean, we will take some of the guys, as far as myself shs and t. brown and some guys will work with him, just on releases. not because he has to, because he wants to. he wants to help us out in the secondary, do a good job picking up things on the sideline, especially on game days. he will see something out there, he will come to our bench and let us know, this is what's happening, this is what they're doing. it's good to hear from a guy like that who has been in the league for a while. played in our position. he knows a lot of ins and outs. >> randy, he's going to be a hall of fame player. he's someone that deserves a super bowl ring. we want to send him out the right way. >> of all the things moss has plibed in his nfl career, the big plays do stand out. that's because he leads the nfl with 161 career receptions of 25 yards or more. the only thing missing from his resume, of course shs is a super bowl ring. in new orleans, with the 49ers, nbc bay area. >> we did have super bowl on
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this sunday. the pro bowl, not much of a contest in hawaii. 62-35, russell wilson with three touchdown passes, andrew luck, two touchdowns in a losing cause. the vikings kyle rudolph was named the game's most valuable player. on to the ice where the sharks have been red hot. two goals he helped lead the sharks with their first 5-0 start in franchise history. and our coverage of super bowl xlvii has just begun. we'll follow the 49ers and the baltimore ravens throughout the week. it will get going again on monday morning. man, we've got a lot going on leading up to sunday. that will do it for sports for now. kris, let's send it back to you. >> thanks, jim. back in a moment with the s.a.g. award winners and which hollywood blockbusters stole the box office this weekend.
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the screen actor guild award were held in hollywood tonight. almost said san francisco. that's not true. argo took home top honors. daniel day-lewis and jennifer lieu wens wrens won best leads in "lincoln." as for television, claire danes won best female lead in a drama series for her performance on "homeland" while "breaking bad" star bryan cranston took home award. alec baldwin and tina fey won beth actor and actress in a comedy series. >> you can't be serious. >> "hansel and gretel, witch hunters" earned $19 million if the first weekend topping the movie charts this weekend. last weekend's number one movie
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is now number two this weekend, supernatural thriller "mama" took in $13 million intact sales. eight-time oscar nominee "silver lining"'s playbook grabbed third spot. they earned $10 million in its 11th weekend in theaters. still ahead at 11:00, he might be the next big hollywood script. we're talking about john, our own raj sat down with him to talk about his bizarre international manhunt. also ahead, why this week will prove critical for the immigration fight in this country. and he has been in a coma since 2006, but tonight some positive news involving former israeli prime minister aerial. we'll be right back.
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john mcafee's early days in the bay area were fuelled by cocaine and alcohol. police say the silicon valley pioneer might be connected to a murder in the country of belize. he recently fled that country leaving behind a trail of teenagers and guns. where is he now? with nbc's raj in portland, oregon. tonight the interview with john mcafee. >> now, is this a story of a successful entrepreneur who went crazy and surrounded himself with girls and guns and became a murderer or is this the greatest mind [ bleep ] of all time? >> reporter: with that we introduce you to john mcafee 2.0, a lot has changed since he launched his wildly successful
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company from his small santa clara home in the 180s. not only has he lost most of his fortune but many say he's simply lost his mind. >> much of the press recently has been very negative. you know, i'm a mad man, which perhaps i am. i'm paranoid, i don't think i am. or whatever. yet, people on the streets that recognize me, give me a high five sign, keep going, yeah. i don't know where that comes from. it's a mystery to me. >> do you like it? >> it doesn't bother me. i don't seek it. >> you must thrive on that, you're doing interviews, you like the fact that people are talking about the movie that's going to come out about you, the women that you surround yours with. you must thrive off of that. >> people think that and people call me a media whore. when i need the media, i am, indeed, and i need you. i've needed you to keep me alive for three months in belize and i need you now to help promote my movie, my book, and other things. it's money. for ten years, i didn't talk to
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anyone in the media. i got called all the time. the answer was always no. it's not that i don't like you as a person. i do not like you as a profession because you are responsible for everything in the world. the presidents don't rule this country, you do, sir. and your profession does. you tell us what to love, what to hate, what's important, what's not. you have a position of power and i think it's being abused maliciously sometimes. ♪ >> reporter: we caught up with the 67-year-old mcafee in portland, oregon, a far cry from the warm beaches of belize where he's wanted for questioning in the murder of his neighbor. what would you tell them if i'm the belizen government asking you if you had any role in his murder. >> absolutely none. and they know this. they know i'm not involved in the murder. they haven't questioned anybody el. so i had nothing to do with it. i know nothing about it.
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i am willing to talk to them in any neutral country on the planet. i have offered that. i'll talk to them on the phone. i'll talk to them through skype. >> you talk about selling yourself in determines terms of coming out. sex sells. >> yes. >> is it true about all of the women in your life, five or six women at a time? >> absolutely, it is true. i do have teenage girlfriends, and many at a time. nothing illegal. they're well beyond the age of consent. and i see nothing wrong with it. if you do, that's okay. >> is this part of the whole deal that's going to sell to hollywood in terms of making a film about your life? >> you know, i personally don't think it's that interesting. >> you must because you know sex sales so you must think this is a selling point. everyone asks you about it or they want to ask you about it. >> but a lot of things sell other than sex. mystery sells, you know. all kinds of human drama sells. not just sex. sex sells if you're making porn videos, absolutely. you're making a porn video with
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no sex, it's not going to sell. >> in the 1990s, it seemed like you had, quote, unquote, normal ceo life, right? clean and sober, wildly subcessful. speaking at the stanford business school quite often. donating to chair ritcharity. >> yes. >> when did it switch gears to this crazy lifestyle as you describe it? >> you're assuming because i'm a clean and sober c erkeo that my lifestyle is a standard lifestyle. >> you were speaking at stanf d stanford, donating to charity and seemingly, within all normal society -- >> i still speak at functions. i still donate to charity. i'm still talking to businesspeople like yourself. but my lifestyle has always been off the wall. i'm sorry. it's just that it didn't reach the press until just recently. >> how did money change you? $100 million from mcafee you walked away with, you lost some, you gained some, wharve. how did it change you? >> at first it made me a radical [ bleep ] if i can use that word on television.
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>> we'll bleep it out. >> there we are. suddenly you have all of this power and all of this money. you can buy whatever you want. and i did. i bought stuff i didn't need, big boats. never used them. you know, at one point i had 12 houses in every part of the world, hawaii and ecuador and every state in the union and bahamas. yes, i was being a jerk. really is. >> john mcafee left the company in 1994 and has not been involved since. president obama says that gun control advocates should be better listeners when it comes to the det bait over firearms in this country. in an interview with the new republic the president says he has, quote, profound respect for the tradition of hunting. the administration is calling for a ban on military style assault weapons and high-capacity magazines following last month's mass shooting in new town, connecticut. the president says that gun control advocates will need to listen more closely to the voices of rural americans over the next few months. he also told the magazine he is
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no stranger to guns. he enjoys skeet shooting at camp david. another topic on the president's agenda is immigration reform. he has a plan but so does an influential group of senators. nbc bay area's mine brian mooar has the latest from washington. >> reporter: days before going to vegas and laying out his vision for immigration reform, president obama was at the white house huddling with latino lawmakers. on capitol hill a bipartisan group of senators is about to unveil its own plan. >> comprehensive approach to finally in this country have an immigration law that we can live with. >> reporter: that approach features a path to citizenship for immigrants living illegally in this country. it has the backing of three of the senate's top democrats and three top republicans including florida's marco rubio and arizona's john mccain. >> we can't go on forever with 11 million people living in this country in the shadows in the n. an illegal status. >> reporter: immigration reform
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is one of the few issues in washington in which both sides are calling for sweeping reform. >> i do know there are a lot of democrats in congress who once and for all want to solve this problem, fix this mess, broken immigration system, and many of us agree with that. >> i see things that were once off the table for agreement and discussion being on the table with a serious pathway forward. >> reporter: but there are potential sticking points. >> i. do think that enforcement has to be a big part of it. >> reporter: republicans demand better border protection and laws that crack down on companys hiring illegal immigrants. fine print that will come into sharper focus this week as washington reopens the case for immigration reform. brian mooar, nbc news, washington. in egypt, an angry president took to the airwaves tonight to announce tough new measures aimed at ending days of bloody protests. at least 50 people have been killed in the last four days. many of them in cairo and port
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sayeed. mohammed morsi imposed a curfew in the cities with the worst fighting. military is back on the streets as well guarding government buildings recently attacked by protesters. in recent weeks there seems to be almost as much public anger toward morsi who was democratically elected as there was towards ousted dictator hosni mubarak. a. israeli prime minister ariel sharon's brain shows he has significant brain activity. doctors assumed the 84-year-old was in a vegetative state after his devastating stroke seven years ago. but scientists say his brain is responding to external stimuli which means he may be able to hear and even understand what is going on around him. more tests trying to find out exact li how conscience sharon is were less conclusive. he thought it was a joke but it certainly wasn't. still ahead, a faithful who is
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now headed to the super bowl thanks to ceo jed york. plus, flying in style. a candid look at how quarterback colin kaepernick traveled to new orleans. and if you're traveling outside right now around the golden gate bridge, fog free. cool night ahead before a weekday warmup arrives to the bay area. i'll have a look at your seven-day forecast when we come right back.
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a long time 49er faithful has gone to all five super
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bowls. the 73-year-old is going to his sixth thanks to team owner jed york. we have the story of how he got those tickets. he has witnessed great wins. he has the newspapers. >> this is number three. >> and he has the programs and the pictures to prove it. that's terry white in the mid with the red jacket. and now because of jed york, he's going to the niners' sixth super bowl. he got an e-mail from new york yesterday. >> i thought it was totally fake because it was sent on his iphone. i looked at this e-mail and it said jed york. i said, you got to be kidding me. >> reporter: it was no joke. the e-mail was real. jed york wanted to give two super bowl tickets to a fan with
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a great story. after fellow fans read terry white's story about the five super bowl trips they urged york to give the tickets to white. >> i was just totally overwhelmed, to tell you the truth. >> reporter: he's been to new orleans before, super bowl xxiv. now he's headed to the big easy again. his loyalty to the niners has paid off. >> i'll bring home a winner. you know, well, if the players, if they can win it for me, i think that that will be it. i don't think i will go to seven. quarterback colin kaepernick was so excited to leave for new orleans he tweeted out a picture of his plane seat. it's captioned, i ain't ever seen a plane seat like this. they sent out one of their own of the quarterback sitting in that very seat. both pictures have been retweeted hundreds of times and lik liked by thousands of people on intragram. we have heard a lot of
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stories about the small town boy making it big. tonight we have a story of the small town looking up to the new big boy. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick grabbed at the tension of his hometown and we look at what that hometown is cooking up in his honor. >> reporter: out in the central valley among stoic orchards of peaches and almonds is the city. this quiet town of 70,000 never made many national headlines, that is until one of the 70,000 began tearing up nfl defenses with laser passes and gazelle like speed. >> it's put turlock on the map which is fun. we've never been on the map before. >> reporter: by now everyone knows the town of turlock as the hometown of 49er quarterback colin kaepernick with the 49ers heading to the super bowl locals are swelling with the kind of pride that the only be expressed in baked goods. >> the kaep cake is a red velvet
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cake, kaepernick's favorite, cream cheese icing. >> reporter: and ckap cookies i the old time pastry shop. >> we had 100 try trays of them on saturday. 80 trays on sunday. we sold out on saturday. >> reporter: footers hot dogs on main street, the kaepernick tribute dog comes with cabbage,ial pen nos and chili. it seems everyone here is eating up the story of the native sun's assent to football's biggest stage. >> it's a little surreal, you know, when you turn it on sports center and every other, you know, commentary is about kaepernick. >> reporter: amy kurd remembers kaepernick as her math student at pittman high school, a top student who excelled in every sport he tried. >> athletically he's just so fun to watch play anything, he's so talented and, you know, dynamic. you know, on the field or the basketball court. >> that's him in his freshman year. >> reporter: football coach brandon harris recalls a gifted
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athlete who was fiercely competitive, whether it was ping-pong or video games. >> as far as high school guys, he's a guy that hated to lose as much as anybody i had ever been around. >> reporter: but ask anyone at pittman to tell you about kaepernick, you're just as likely to hear a story about a good guy as a great athlete. >> he's just a kind kid. everybody is happy for him. he wasn't the typical jock. he's a pet turtle, for crying out loud. >> reporter: anthony harris started playing football with kaepernick when they were just 8 years old. continuing on to pittman high, even as kaepernick star rises he still sees the familiar smile and easy going nature of turlock's favorite son. >> he will be more famous everywhere he goes now. probably won't be able to go to normal places anymore. it won't get to his red. he's still the old colin to me. >> and rob joins us here with the weather forecast that will be perfect for staying indoors all day sunday. >> that's right. it's going to be a nice and comfortable. if you want to venture outside,
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bring food back to the house and watch the game on sunday. in the mean why, before we get to the warmer temperatures tonight, 30s and 40s as you wake up tomorrow morning. we still have one more system to get to. we could even see a stray shower overnight into early tomorrow morning. the radar is drive but up the coast to the north, last wave dropping in north to south. because it's moving mainly over land, it doesn't have much moisture to work with. that same system will drop in on us right before sun rise. the clouds will pass through the south bay and showers offshore. as we transition towards lunchtime we're starting to see clearing skies and weather a lot like we have this weekend. partly cloudy, breezy at times. cool temperatures for one more day and things will start to warm up. as this pattern shift evolves, this weekend trough over california pushing in the cooler air from the north and the high is going to recenter itself over the west coast. underneath that high we'll see sinking warming air aloft and temperatures by mid week. in the 60s for most of the bay area and from morgan hill south,
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san a cruise could see temperatures near 70 degrees by the time we get towards friday. chilly start. you will want to winter coat for the morning and a long sleeve shirt for the afternoon. you can see the temperatures around lunchtime. mid to upper 50s. maybe near 60 in the warmest places tomorrow. everybody will start to see the 60s in wednesday. i think it's going to be thursday and friday. we could see mid to upper 60s perhaps 70 in some spots there by friday. as we head towards super bowl weekend we should hang on to the 60s. maybe not be quite as warm. interesting note here on sunday, low 60s around bay area, super bowl forecast outside the superdome, of course it doesn't matter, the game is inside. if you were lucky enough to go it seems like half of the comcast sportsnet team is there, except for us, of course. 60s in new orleans as well. we will have similar weather. pretty comfortable temperatures if you happen to be in new orleans or if you're here in the bay area watching it. should be nice. >> i didn't want to go. they asked me but i said it's
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too much fun for somebody like me. >> always happens to us. >> good and steady. thank you, rob. new study is drawing a clear link between lightning strikes and headaches. researchers t at the university of cincinnati had people who suffered from chronic headaches report their activity. when lightning struck within 25 miles of the volunteers' homes they were 24% more likely to start a new headache or for their existing headache to get worse. getting more than they bargained for. why twitter's new service is raising eyebrows. you can't move the tv there.
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yuh-huh. we have a wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse wireless receiver that let you move the tv away from the tv outlet. we can move it to the kitchen, the patio, the closet and almost anywhere. why would you want a tv in the closet? [ both laugh ] ♪ [ fancy voice ] brilliant idea, darling.
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♪ [ female announcer ] the wireless receiver. get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. new twitter app is earning a bad reputation. vine let's users edit and share videos and explore categories with the hash tag. hash tags bike sex and porn now show a number of pornographic video clips. this one, of course, is just of
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a dog. vine app let's people flag videos as inappropriate but unless they remove the content users can simply click past the warning to get to the graphic video. twitter says it's working on removing inappropriate content from vine. i like the dog videos better anyway. we'll be right back.
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the oakland as hit one of the of the park today. al west champion sold out their fan fest and wowed the crowds who packed the open arena. the 2013 preseason story is so far about the hair. cocoa crisp and josh reddick are growing beards. they're competing. and they are both rocking longer hair. on a more serious note, though, the players say they have great chemistry this year and they are as good or better than they were
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last year. the fans seem to agree. they cheered nonstop for the whole team. now we want to thank you for watching nbc bay area news. have a good night.
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>> this is "the chris matthews show." >> ask not what your country can do for you. >> tear down this wall. >> i can hear you. >> the time for change has come!
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chris: sure looking good. secretary clinton's strong role in the hearings this week proved she can handle hostile questions without losing her line of thought or her command. it didn't free her from the slings and arrows of rush and hannity or a couple of hostile senators. so if she runs, will she have to get as harsh as them and if so, will it sell? the tortoise and the hare. in the fable it's the tortoise who beats the hare. will this be the pattern of the great democratic race for 2016? will joe biden start off with the lead but be overtaken by a slow, steady and confident hillary clinton? and the real obama. the president launched the next four years with a vision of his heart as crystal clear as the bracing inaugural air. the obama message to history, this is our moment. and we will seize it. so will the republicans stonewall? or compromise? will they fight or switch? i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. and with us today, next us a chuck todd. "the washington post's" kathleen parker. nbc's kelly o'donnell and the


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